Lung cancer can be a difficult
journey to navigate.
But with the right support and
resources, you can.

Living with lung cancer, even at an advanced stage, is becoming increasingly common thanks to treatment advances.1 It is a very difficult journey to navigate but a lung cancer diagnosis does not mean having to give up.

‘I can. We will.’ provides resources to help support you or a loved one after a cancer diagnosis including treatment options, how best to communicate with loved ones and healthcare professional teams, getting back to everyday life, tips for looking after your emotional health, and guidance for physically feeling your best.

No one asks to face lung cancer. Our goal is to support your journey in turning to face it head on, so that you can forge ahead on your own terms.

Stories of hope

Jeffrey Leong is a 58-year-old, self-employed, father-of-two who overcame all odds to fight Stage 4 lung cancer.

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Stories of hope

Voice coach, actress and former radio broadcaster Petrina Kow lost her mother to lung cancer, and recounts the journey of her diagnosis and treatment.

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Stories of hope

Deepa is 49-year-old IT professional, and mother of an 18-year-old boy. She is living with Stage 4 lung cancer.

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References
1 Lung Cancer Foundation of America: Lung Cancer Survivor Stories. Retrieved June 2020 from https://lcfamerica.org/lung-cancer-info/survivors/